Striking A Balance

January 20, 2011

Being a regulator is, by no stretch of the imagination, an easy job. While taking more than their fair share of rhetorical abuse (and, yes, I’ve been guilty of that), … Continued

Health Reform and Humility

January 14, 2011

Next Wednesday, the U.S. House of Representatives is scheduled to vote on legislation repealing the Affordable Care Act that the 111th Congress passed just last year.  Presuming that the U.S. … Continued

Discussing The Future of Medical Innovation – In Pictures and In Person

January 11, 2011

In this space, I’ve frequently discussed the need for U.S. policymakers to address the future of medical innovation in this country.  Confronted with an aging population and chronic disease on … Continued

“Quality, Safe Healthcare and a Passion for Excellence….”

January 10, 2011

Even before Congress passed the Affordable Care Act, the actual process of reforming our healthcare system was already taking place at locales throughout the country.  In all sectors of American … Continued

The First Wave Makes Shore

January 3, 2011

The Baby Boom generation – defined by the Census Bureau as those Americans born between 1946 and 1964 – is often referred to as a ‘demographic tidal wave.’  That’s because … Continued